Government/Public Service Career Resources 


Federal Government 

  • provides an overview of the pros and cons of working in government, pay scales and fringe benefits, and potential employers and career paths.  
  • - Call to Serve is a site run by the Partnership for Public Service (PPS), providing information about federal jobs and internships in student-friendly language.
  • USAJobs is the federal government's official job posting site. Jobseekers can search through all currently available positions by salary, location, key words and job type. You can also sign up to receive regular e-mail messages when positions that meet your criteria are posted. The site also allows you to create a resume suitable for most federal job applications and stores it for applying to multiple agencies.  
  • Federal Job Search offers state-by-state information on federal job openings by occupation and by location. It also sends applicants regular automated e-mails with new postings that match their career interests profile, including titles, salaries and locations of positions  
  • - Federal jobs by college majors, A-Z List of Federal Agencies, Volunteer Service, and much more. They also offer a program that is designed to provide students with the opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal Careers while still in school.  Students who successfully complete the program may be eligible for conversion to a permanent job
  • - this site provides guidance to find government jobs, explore federal jobs and careers and complete your federal resume and application
  • -Draws on responses from nearly 700,000 civil servants to produce a detailed view of employee satisfaction and commitment across 362 Federal Agencies and subcomponents 
  • -This site offers information on how to find the ideal internship in public service
  • this pages provides you with 5 tips on how to have a successful experience in a public service internship
  • Pathways for Students and Recent Graduates- Internship program that provides students with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal Careers 




  •  The White House:- The White House offers a Public Service Leadership Program and this program is designed to mentor and build future leaders
  •  US Department of State- the US Department of State offers an Internship Program and a Pathways Program, these two programs offers experience in a foreign affair environment
  •  The Washington Center: -The Washington Center offers an internship to students that will help them transition from college life to professional life
  • The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities are represented by more than 400 colleges and Universities that are committed to increasing the success of Hispanics in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, Spain and Portugal.     
  • the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, they have partnered up with Wal-Mart, to increase the success rate of minorities college students


State Of Florida Public Service Opportunities 

  •  Florida Department of Health -The mission of the Department of Health is to promote and protect the health and safety of all Floridians. Their goals are attained by preventing and controlling the spread of acute, chronic and infectious disease; providing basic family health  care services to persons unable to  access care from the private sector;  and monitoring the sanitary status of  water and sewage systems, group living facilities and other activities that have the potential to threaten the public's health.
  •  Southwest Florida Water Management -The Southwest Florida Water management District (District) is an environmental and resource protection agency committed to managing Florida's Water and water-related resources for its ever growing population.
  • The Foundation Center Independent nonprofit information clearinghouse to foster public 
    understanding of the foundation field  by collecting, organizing, analyzing, and disseminating information on foundations, corporate giving, and related subjects

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Jobs In Federal Government-Cover Page

 Please Note: This Booklet Was published in 2002 so some of the links might be outdated but there is a lot of great information about how to find jobs in the Federal Government